Airy

  • 21Airy-0 — Tres imágenes de Airy 0 tomadas por las misiones Mariner 9 (A), Viking 1 (B) y Mars Global Surveyor (C). Airy 0 es el cráter más grande, visible en la mitad superior de cada imagen. Airy 0 es un cráter ubicado en la superficie del planeta Marte,… …

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  • 22airy — /air ee/, adj., airier, airiest. 1. open to a free current of fresh air; breezy: airy rooms. 2. consisting of or having the character of air; immaterial: airy phantoms. 3. light in appearance; thin: airy garments. 4. light in manner; sprightly;… …

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  • 23airy — /ˈɛəri / (say airree) adjective (airier, airiest) 1. open to a free current of air; breezy: *But in spite of the materials, the house was airy and cool –xavier herbert, 1938. 2. consisting of or having the character of air; immaterial: *Small… …

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  • 24airy — air•y [[t]ˈɛər i[/t]] adj. air•i•er, air•i•est 1) open to a free current of fresh air: airy rooms[/ex] 2) immaterial: airy phantoms[/ex] 3) thin: airy garments[/ex] 4) light in manner; sprightly; lively: airy songs[/ex] 5) light in movement;… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 25airy — [[t]e͟əri[/t]] airier, airiest 1) ADJ GRADED If a building or room is airy, it has a lot of fresh air inside, usually because it is large. The bathroom has a light and airy feel. Ant: stuffy 2) ADJ GRADED: ADJ n You can use airy to describe… …

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  • 26airy — adjective /ˈeɹ.i/ a) Consisting of air; as, an airy substance; the airy parts of bodies. b) Relating or belonging to air; high in air; aerial; as, an airy flight …

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  • 27airy — air|y [ˈeəri US ˈeri] adj 1.) an airy room or building has plenty of fresh air because it is large or has a lot of windows ▪ All the hotel s bedrooms are light and airy. 2.) done in a happy and confident way, even when you should be serious or… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 28airy — adjective 1 an airy room or building has plenty of fresh air because it is large or has lots of windows: an airy first floor restaurant with sea views 2 cheerful and confident, even when you should be serious or concerned about something: He… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 29airy — adjective 1) the conservatory is light and airy Syn: well ventilated, fresh; spacious, uncluttered; light, bright Ant: stuffy 2) an airy gesture Syn: nonchalant …

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  • 30airy — UK [ˈeərɪ] / US [ˈerɪ] adjective Word forms airy : adjective airy comparative airier superlative airiest 1) with a lot of fresh air and space The bedrooms were all light and airy. 2) mainly literary showing that you do not think that someone or… …

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  • 31Airy — This uncommon and intriguing name is of Old Norse origin, and is found chiefly in the north western counties of England, reflecting the dense settlement of Scandinavian peoples in those areas. The surname is locational, from places such as Aira… …

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  • 32airy — adj. Airy is used with these nouns: ↑room …

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  • 33airy — Synonyms and related words: Barmecidal, Barmecide, Olympian, adulterated, aeolian, aerial, aeriform, aerodynamic, aerostatic, aery, air built, airish, airlike, airy, alfresco, altitudinous, animated, apparent, apparitional, ascending, asinine,… …

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  • 34airy — air|y [ eri ] adjective 1. ) with a lot of fresh air and space: The bedrooms were all light and airy. 2. ) MAINLY LITERARY showing that you do not think that someone or something is important => AIRILY …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 35airy — adj. (airier, airiest) 1 well ventilated, breezy. 2 flippant, superficial. 3 a light as air. b graceful, delicate. 4 insubstantial, ethereal, immaterial. Phrases and idioms: airy fairy colloq. unrealistic, impractical, foolishly idealistic.… …

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  • 36airy — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unsubstantial, immaterial; well ventilated, breezy; flimsy, unreal, visionary; sprightly, light, volatile; pretentious. See insubstantiality, air, affectation. Ant., close, heavy. II (Roget s IV)… …

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  • 37airy — aery …

    American English homophones

  • 38airy — air·y || eÉ™rɪ adj. of or relating to air; high; insubstantial; superficial; light; graceful; lively …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 39airy — adjective (airier, airiest) 1》 (of a room or building) spacious and well ventilated. 2》 light as air; delicate. 3》 casual; dismissive. Derivatives airily adverb airiness noun …

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  • 40airy — a. 1. Unsubstantial, aerial, ethereal, aeriform, thin, rare. 2. Light, subtile, sublimated. 3. Sprightly, buoyant, vivacious, volatile, jocund, jolly, jovial, lively, gay, wanton, merry, blithe, light, light hearted, light of heart, in spirits,… …

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